PAST ISSUES / September 2000

OPENING THE KNOWLEDGE PORTAL

Internet portals that deliver electronic services to citizens are appearing faster than you can say "Yahoo!" But in the rush to go online, many governments may be overlooking the portals potential for knowledge management.

Computer Center Lets Impoverished Village Take First Step Into Digital

The people of Kgautswane unite to put their land on the technology map.

Computer Center Lets Impoverished Village Take First Step Into Digital

The people of Kgautswane unite to put their land on the technology map.

Wireless Tech Brings the Internet Where Phones Have Yet to Reach

Space-age technology brings the digital revolution to the remote villages of Africa.

One Head is Better Than Two

Residents living in a city-county combination have to deal with only a single level of government.

Washington Closes Road to Drivers-Info Abuses

The state -- and Government Technology -- catch private firms giving out very private information.

Sprechen Sie Internet?

The Internet gives foreign students a high-tech path to English proficiency.

Erasing Borders

Investment in digital orthographic coverage leads to wider cost-saving through collaboration.

Cornering the IT Market

The Regional Computer Center earns its place in Cincinnatis IT field.

Big Solutions for Small Budgets

Application service providers are bringing e-commerce to small governments.

Pounding the Information Security Beat

New York takes the security lead with the first state and municipal information-security officers.

New York City Puts Consumers on Vermin Alert.

For once, finding bugs on your computer is a good thing. New Yorkers have a love-hate relationship with their vermin.

UCITA "Rules"

Despite its downside, UCITA is gaining acceptance throughout the U.S. How does this act impact on the governance of software and networking services?

The Implications of Internet Voting

Arizona had an Internet vote. It survived a legal challenge, but what social challenges await?

ALPHABET SOUP FOR THE ENTERPRISE

ASPs and COTS solutions put high-powered e-government within reach of state and local government budgets, as long as they are willing to change.